Digital Toolkit

We are called to be evangelists, sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ in every venue and format possible.

As social media becomes more and more vital for our common lives, we are offering several ways you can spread the Good News of Jesus Christ and the message of Trinity on the Hill to your friends and family on the Internet.

We have created 4 different printable flyers. Knowing that not every flyer will connect with every person, here are 4 different options.  They aim to capture the wide diversity of our congregation.  Some are double-sided and would be great to hand out at events you attend, or leave on tables at Starbucks.  Others are one-sided and are great for hanging on bulletin boards.

A Colorful Flyer highlighting our commitment to honesty (One-Sided)

A Simple Flyer with a playful definition of Church (One-Sided)

An Elegant Flyer with our Core Values (Double-Sided)

A Fun Flyer for New Families (Double-Sided)

An Inclusive Invitational Flyer (One-Sided)

A Flyer Celebrating LGBTQ+ Pride (One-Sided)

We have created 4 different Facebook Frames that you can use on your Facebook profile. To access these Frames, follow these direction: Go to your profile on the Facebook app and tap “Edit” on your profile picture. Then tap “Add Frame”. Search “Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church” and four different options will come up.  Pick your favorite, and set about showing your friends your parish pride!

We offer you a Facebook Cover Photo that can accompany your profile.  It is scaled for the resolution required of Facebook Cover Photos. From a desktop computer, right click on the image and ‘Save Image As.’ From a mobile device, press down on the image and click, ‘Save Image.’

Below are six downloadable images that are ready-made to be posted on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.  Simply download or copy them to your device and share them across your platform of choice. From a desktop computer, right click on the image and ‘Save Image As.’ From a mobile device, press down on the image and click, ‘Save Image.’